Correlating Enhanced National Wetlands Inventory Data with Wetland Functions for Watershed Assessments: A Rationale for Northeastern U.S. Wetlands R.W. Tiner

ISBN: 9781484156629

Published: April 19th 2013

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Correlating Enhanced National Wetlands Inventory Data with Wetland Functions for Watershed Assessments: A Rationale for Northeastern U.S. Wetlands  by  R.W. Tiner

Correlating Enhanced National Wetlands Inventory Data with Wetland Functions for Watershed Assessments: A Rationale for Northeastern U.S. Wetlands by R.W. Tiner
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In the mid-1990s, a set of hgm-type descriptors were developed to describe a wetlands landscape position, landform, and water flow path (Tiner 1995, 1996a, b). Use of the initial set of keys for pilot watershed projects lead to a refinement andMoreIn the mid-1990s, a set of hgm-type descriptors were developed to describe a wetlands landscape position, landform, and water flow path (Tiner 1995, 1996a, b). Use of the initial set of keys for pilot watershed projects lead to a refinement and expansion of the keys in subsequent years (Tiner 1997a, 2000, 2002, 2003).

These projects were watershed characterizations that included a preliminary assessment of wetland functions as a main component or the prime component of the study. The reports addressed the following watersheds: Casco Bay (Maine- Tiner et al. 1999), Nanticoke River (Maryland and Delaware- Tiner et al. 2000, 2001), Coastal Bays (Maryland- Tiner et al. 2000), and Cannonsville and Neversink Reservoirs (New York- Tiner et al.

2002), as well as the Pennsylvania Coastal Zone (Tiner and DeAlessio 2002)



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